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Scotty Cameron Putters


Simple and beautiful. I remember buying this at Copeland's in Oregon and thinking, "it is crazy to spend $199 on a putter." But considering how I putted, it was only money.
Fortunately, this baby in the "oil can" finish is going for about $450 now. Pretty good return!


A recent addition. It really is finished in copper. It is a "laguna" style putter. Obviously, one of 500.


My most recent addition. It really is finished in copper. It is a "newport" style putter. Obviously, one of 500.


One of my favorites. It truly is an beautiful (and damn expensive) putter. It is also a newport. Look at the great headcover!


The La Costa. It is the predecessor to the JAT (below) and the Del Mar. Note: only 3000 made since there was a trademark issue which forced Cameron to take it off the market.


This model was "just a thought" from Cameron. Sergio was the inspiration for the prototype.


This is the special edition "pebble beach" putter from 2007. Only 100 made.


This is the special edition "pebble beach" putter from 2005. Only 250 made.


This is a rare 350G oil can version of the newport. Less than 400 were made. This is the before image. It will go to the spa for some restoration work...


This is the after...


Start them out right. This is a modified "newport beach" with a black pearl finish.


One sister has one, they all have to have one. This one is a "circa #3" model take off finished in black oxide.

No need to wait for a 2007 version. I'm having a son!


Okay, I bought one anyway. This one is a "circa #6" model take off finished in satin pro platinum.


This is my son's first putter. A newport (of course).

Some older putters I have laying around.


This might have been the first putter I actully bought (I played TA's 845 irons for a while).


This is a classic! TP Mills was in the 70s what Cameron is today.


No self respecting abusers of good putting devices would not have a few PINGs. Karsten put putting on the map!


I used these probably longer than any other model outside of Camerons, especially the DF882. It was my "go back to" club for years.


I did try the long putter for a while. I got this to celebrate Meghan's birth.


Yes, callaway made putters once. I actually had two once upon a time but sold/traded the "tuttle" for something.